Inter loan-star Rafinha is to try and force a stay at Inter through his agent according to a report from Milan based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport.
“As soon as the season is over, one of the priorities will be to meet Barcelona to extend Rafinha’s loan. The same player, who quickly became attached to Inter as if he had been in Milan for years, will press through his father Mazinho, who also acts as his agent, to stay in Milano. Champions League qualification could make things easier for him to stay too.”
Without Champions League qualification it can only be imagined that barring a big sale or two, buying the Brazilian midfielder outright will be near enough impossible for the Nerazzurri this summer as they must deal with financial fair play again.
Since arriving in January, Rafinha has made 16 appearances in total and has been in fine form over the last five games, contributing two goals and two assists.